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. in november 1999, federal judge thomas penfield jackson ruled that the computer software giant cofounded by gates was a monopoly that illegally stifled competition. it was anticipated that judge jackson would order gates' company broken up, but anyone who thought the war between microsoft and the u.s. government was about to end didn't know bill gates. in the fall of 1999, the microsoft chairman sat down with charlie rose to talk about his company, his life, and how he felt about the judge's decision in the antitrust suit against his company. >> well, i had this kind of naive, youthful view that if you just ran your company and did great products that, you know, that's what you were supposed to focus on. >> and if you just took care of business, everything else would be all right. >> there's a lot of things you need to do, but i didn't think one of them was to look over your shoulder at an attack by your own government on your innovation. >> but the government says the trial was about protecting consumers. >> i think the proof is the consumers have been harmed and harmed in very substant
. earlier in the same auction, a work by american artist jackson pollack sold above estimates. we want to know, is art a good place to put your money right now or are investors just looking for safe havens? you can tweet us. that one would look pretty good in your house, wouldn't it? >> yeah. i have to find the right wall. clear a space out. we'll see how we go. >>> could it get worse before it gets better? that's the message from cisco's tech executive. earnings did come in better than expected. we'll talk about it when we come back. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. with features like scanning a barcode to get detailed stock quotes to voice recognition. e-trade leads the way in wherever, whenever investing. download the ultimate in mobile investing apps, free, at e-trade. . >>> focus on tech stocks. cisco posted better than expected first quarter results. john ford brea
... >> lisa jackson heads the e.p.a. she's been reviewing whether the federal government should get involved by labeling coal ash a hazardous waste, which would mean much tighter regulations and oversight. why wouldn't you, right now, this minute, on 60 minutes, declare that coal ash is a hazardous waste? >> e.p.a., in making a regulatory determination, has to look at a number of factors, including the toxicity of the material and how it's currently managed. but that's done according to law. >> the industry opposes calling coal ash hazardous waste. they're pushing for another solution: recycling. [ticking] >> as we'll see when 60 minutes on cnbc returns, the coal industry thinks it's found a solution by recycling coal ash. but in some cases, it's only made the problem worse. x- "sounn drum and flute" look who's back. again? it's embarrassing. it's embarrassing! we can see you carl. we can totally see you. come on you're better than this...all that prowling around. yeah, you're the king of the jungle. have you thought about going vegan carl? hahaha!! you know folks who save hundreds of dollar
'll continue our call to rise bol politics and make a deal. oufr guests this morning include mike jackson and also david zaslav. and the head of maris group. and douglas holtz-eakin. >> let's talk about eurozone finance ministers meeting to discuss whether to release a new tranche of fund to go greece. the leaders are not expected it to okay the funding despite greece approving a tough 2013 budget. we'll have more from ross westgate in london on all of that. japan's economy shrank, first contraction since last year. the data adding to signs of slowing global growth and tensions with china nudging the which i into recession. and yen minute's main oil export pipeline shut after it was blown up in two pieces. local news organizations didn't identify the attackers, but they've been repeatedly sabotaged. finally, iran launched a military drill across half of the country today. government warning it would act again against aggressors. >> where is your jacket? >> i decided in high spirit of rising above to take it off today. but i can't find my pin. >> i'm putting mine on right now. >> it's you
, we have to have a moonshot type thing to get energy out of the ground and we can't have lisa jackson deciding what our energy policy's going to be. we just can't do it. you can't -- you've got to put somebody in charge of this that understands we need regulation, we need smart regulation, but names like hilda solis, lisa jackson, these are the people that are going to determine the job creation in this country under this president. i think under another president, president romney, we will get a more positive job creation. if i were working in a factory, even in a union factory, i would want to have somebody who is going to break through this regulatory wall and attack this fiscal cliff because my future and my kids' future are better off from the factory floor to the executive office. those two issues can be best handled by a conciliatory, a uniter, not a divider, in the first one, and a complete understanding of business and regulation, proper regulation to get us energy, an energy-rich america. you can't believe, it will be bigger than the internet was, and we're only in the first
market territory as of yesterday off 20% from the all-time high of 705.07 of september 21st. eric jackson is a long-time apple holder and a "forbes" columnist. thank you for being here. >> nice to be with you. >> you're an apple bull but you have to be worried a little bit. a bear case is made on the technical side and the technical side you know down 21%. it's breaking through supports that it should have held such as the support made in july the next stop in terms of support is the may low of 528 and approaching that right now and on the fundamental side, we have had an earnings miss on this. no clarity in terms of new product categories in a couple of months. >> yeah. i respect the market technicians and how they look at it. i mean, what i pay more attention to and i think what is bullish right now is just the chatter, the sentiment you hear in the stock. i mean, it's really amazing since the 705 level you talked about in september when you didn't hear anything negative about the stock. how much we have shifted to the other side of the boat and now really very hard to find anyone comin
independent, which of course tends to favor governor romney. reverend jesse jackson has been here in the state since this weekend and will be here through today. he has been looking at what he says are potential irregularities, but he says the heavy turnout favors the president. >> it seems that the attempts to suppress the vote here has turned into stimulation. people are determined against all odds to vote. >> reporter: a federal judge blocked an attempt today for a temporary restraining order against the use of some of the software they'll use to help tally the results or submit the results. the state claimed the software was opened to hacking. another case is still pending. it involves the provisional ballots. some 200,000 provisional ballots cast in ohio last time around. could be at least that much this time. some experts are saying if this election is close, and we're talking within 50,000 votes or so, they could be the hanging chads of 2012. guys. >> all right, scott. thanks very much. aside from ohio, there are four additional states that our own larry kudlow says are critical to the
have a dearth of engineers. 100,000 open michael jackson the energy industry today because a lot of people just we don't to go work there. they don't have the skills. we could do it. we could do it. >> john hofmeister, knees we can do it. all right. another big story tonight related to this. the personal scandal bringing down general david petraeus at the cia. and similar scandals taking down ceos in the private sector, too. all leads to one conclusion for me personally. honor and personal responsibility do matter. congressman peter king is going to join me on this important topic a little later in the show. now, next up, will president obama's second term take the country over a regulatory cliff? national review online says today regulatory reform is more urgent now than ever. we are joined by robert locksly, president of the california business roundtable. hello to both you. ian a you heard mr. hofmeister knows a thing or two about this. we can knock the saudis off and change world politics and changes our balance of trade. will the epa block it, diana? >> well, i don't know bu
. >> sorry about that, we seem to have lost a bit of sound. joining us is more is simon jackson. thanks for joining us -- >> one glance at the shelves and it seems workers -- >> we're back. there we go. having lost it, she comes back. biggest day of the year online. what particular problems does that provide? >> i think the main problem is where there is a big opportunity for retailers to christmas period. and also a great opportunity for cyber criminals. particularly in the lead up to christmas, what we're seeing is a lot of christmas specials we found just this morning that there are 88 suspect listings around the world. so of course from a consumer's per spec taf, they can get duped into buying not the real thing. >> you're going online for convenience and you're hoping to get it cheaper.thing. >> you're going online for convenience and you're hoping to get it cheaper.into buying not . >> you're going online for convenience and you're hoping to get it cheaper. here's a site, 20%, 30% cheaper. how do you know that you're buying from a reputable site and what you're getting is the real
above 63 in my house ever again. blanket. >> somebody already did that. >> michael jackson. >> it's a nice one. >> nice and warm and fuzzy. steve, thank you. rick, thank you. >> we used to have nicknames -- blanket is a weird name for a kid. >> i'm baffled by the 63-degree -- >> it's fine when you go to sleep. when you have to take a shower, that's no good. >> you weren't just holding this. you were using it to feel warm. >> the blanket in. >> you weren't just carrying it around. >> security thing. >>> coming up he founded the $21 billion -- farallon capital management. i think he's a big time philanthropist. he'll join us next in a cnbc exclusive plus it's been an unusual trading week leading up to the employment report tomorrow, we'll check in with the "squawk on the street" crew at the new york stock exchange next. >>> as you saw there, pretty traffic free times square because it is a snarl trying to get there. time for an update on trains and power outages because of sandy. jackie deangelis joins us with the latest numbers. >> president obama met with new jersey governor chris
thing to get energy out of the ground. we can't have lisa jackson deciding what the energy policy will be. >> we got a phone call from warren buffett who wants to speak with you. >> when those women came demand you were getting a nickel for black shoes and 25 cents for purple. >> i was able to have more drive and incentive. incentives drive behavior. >> if you at home want to be baffled and trade every minute, risk on, risk off. i can do it for you. i can trade it for you hourly if you want. i can bet an 18-1 shot, have it come in and take the over in the eagles game. it's not valuable. it does not help you. i'm saying if it's a swing state it goes to obama. >> others say independents skew to the challenger historically. >> i know. >> some of the polls may be skewed. >> so happy when we are no longer talking about this. i'm sorry. >> opening bell for monday, november 5. >> i have been a strong supporter of water infrastructure projects. we are playing catch-up in the gulf coast and we are going to help people of the east coast get caught up with investments that should have been m
is that it has come down since the fed made clear it would buy mortgages back at the fed's jackson hole suites. it's been relatively even because of twists and mortgages haven't come through and there's the 30-year fixed mortgage rate. i reversed that. sorry. it's come down a bit. you can expect it might come down a bit more. some guys said that maybe we could get a handle on mortgages. overall the federal reserve thinks its been supportive of the housing market and that the housing market is key to bringing back a lasting and sustainable recovery. one other message i'm sure the federal reserve chairman will provide is to urge lawmakers to solve the fiscal cliff problem and put the finances of the nation on a sustainable path and i believe he'll remind the lawmakers that the federal reserve no matter what it does with qe cannot undo the effects of the fiscal cliff. >> steve liesman thank you for that. >> got breaking news here from former autonomy ceo mike lynch. kayla tausche is back at headquarters. >> of course we know the news coming out of hp this morning. former ceo mike lynch who sold t
with imax cameras in part. next part of hunger games shot with imax cameras. peter jackson's next installment of "the hobbit" and lots of other movies. >> stock's doing great. lots o f things coming up, would be fiscal cliff and potential drain on consumer confidence, consumer psychology. then the notion that streaming at hasier and easier. netflix of the world they battle it out and somehow the consumer has more incentives to stay home. >> in terms of the last issue, the one about streaming, i actually think that imax helps inventicize a movie. there's better technology in the home. but part of what's driving our growth on a worldwide basis and our network has quadrupled in the last four years around the world is exactly what you talk about. there's better home experiences. when people leave the home they want something really special. it's hard to get an imax experience in your house. >> does the cliff weigh on you? >> i think from a stock market point of view that causes me to pause. i don't really know it's going to affect consumers that much. the movie industry tends to do we
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